A few weeks ago I made a promise to myself to write ‘positive’ posts as people
either enjoy drama, disagree or flee from the follower count community.
I even gave my new project a title ‘Tapestry of My Life’ and then as usual
since walking from a relationship that drained my savings account ‘problems‘.
Perhaps in 2010 I wasn’t thinking thru the impulsive move that would soon
find me face-to-face with unbelievable dire effects void of actual solutions and
Eleven years together and now we were arguing on a daily basis.
I wanted to escape.
I wanted to secure a residence.
The downfall in the economic situation led to my long term partner’s
Our home was headed for foreclosure.
He frowned on working more local for one half his salary.
Although I understood the principle behind his thinking pattern, I had
no clue he was suffering from depression.
Rather I attributed his actions or inaction to lack of common sense as
to me some income was better than none.
I moved alright – from the frying pan into the fire!
Sadly, I regret the only impulsive decision I ever made (if correct) in
my entire life.
There’s a lesson here: “Give plenty of thought to what’s happening around
you, the future down the road and those who claim they’ll be there for you.”
I accessed my blog earlier to 1. participate in a prompt challenge and 2. to
share about when, how, with whom I started my ‘creative’ journey only my
thoughts took a 360 degree turn when noises arose from my kitchen sink.
No forewarning, no notifications of scheduled maintenance – basically no
clues unless one contacts the office with questions.
The downside of tenancy in an apartment complex from which the
likelihood of securing future residence appears to be next to nil at this time..
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